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THE DAILY NEBRASftAN.
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This is a critical yonr in Nebraska
football. A successful sonson will placo
us on a par with tho best schools of tho
west in athletics. An unsuccessful soti-
son will lose us practicnlly all that wo
gained last year. Whether tho season
is successful or not doponds on the sup
port afforded by tho student body.
Every man and woman in tho university
ought to feel that there is a responsi
bility directly 00 hie or her shoulders.
Tho toam wo hnvo this yonr can win if
you will do your part. Como out U)
watch tho practico, como out to tho
games; when there is any rooting to bo
done como out and help do it.
Y. M. C. A. RECEPTLON.
The annual reception of tho Y. M.
C. A. for young men students was held
in the Art rooms In the Library on Sat
urday evening from eight to ton thirty,
und In many ways was the most suc
cessful gathering of the kind at
tempted fof. some time In tho Uni
versity. About three hundred men gathered
for tho evening and became acquainted
In an Informal way. The hall had been
very tastefully draped in tho Univers
ity colors and decorated with potted
plants. The Ideal Mandolin Club fur
nished music and Ices and light wafers
were served by the young ladles of
the Y. W. C. A.
Dean Ringer, President of the As
sociation, presided over tho Bhort pro
gram and Introduced the speakers. Ho
extended to all tho young men In tho
name of the Association a hearty wel
come and especially greotod tho new
iXhrber of a largo University body,
but It has its ovlls and one could mot
be too careful as to the way In which
ho takes caro of himself while thoro.
It Is easy to go astray and so one
must guard himself. Dr. Andrews then
Bhowed the value of taking care of
the body to obtain tho best results
nnd make th6 true man. Man Is tho
temple of tho Holy Ohost and if ono
abUBed tho body he abused tho Spirit.
Art to the religious Idea he said that
the tendency In a largo University body
was to drift away from good and 80
one had to guard himself. Work should
bo done In the heart as well as In the
class room and In tho laboratory.
During the progress of the Chancel
lor's addresB the lights suddenly fail
ed and caused trouble during the en
tire evening. They are connected with
the Lincoln plant which had a break
down In Its machinery.
Coach Booth on boing introduced ex
pressed his pleasure at being at such a
gathering, and having the opportunity
of emphasizing the remarks of the
Chancellor in regard to the care of
the bbdy He recommended to the
young men the Y. M. C. A. Ideal of a
young man. that he should keep him
self clean and pure. A man should
be an all-around man. Ho expressed
his Idea that there Is almost too much
Indoor athletic work In the University
and advised the young men to get out
In the open air and do track and field
work. Ho spoke of his intention to
have an outdoor field meet this fall
and' urged the men to got out to do
Mr. Hubble, tho now Association
Secretary, was then Introduced and
said that although he was a young man
among them, yet welcomed them all
and especially tho new men. He was
glad to join hands with them all bo
cause he was a student himself. AH
need to join hands and work together
for each other's help and Influence.
He expressed a desire to become bet
ter acquainted with all the young men,
and in his capacity offered hjs sor
need of them. The Y. M. C. A. stands
for and is Interested in everything that
Is good -n, the University nnd in Its
name ho solicited all atudents to Interest-
themselves In. everything good
In collego and also In tlie Association.
Minnesota If sho wins from Nebraska
Another Issue of the Minnesota Dai
ly says: "Nebraska plays Princeton
football.Wisconsin uses the same style.
Nebraska will give us a taste of what
wo may expect when we meet Wisconsin."
RESULTS OF LAST WEEK'S
(Continued from lnt page.)
rnenr Often pna is in iniiaco -where i break flown Mlmicsota'sdefenso and
he would like to have some help and
thossoclatlon extended to every one
tho helping hand.
Chancellor Androws was then intro
duced and he expressed tho pleasuro
of again extending to both old and
new men tho hand of welcome both
as an officer of the University and as
a. Christian man Interested in those
about him. He went on to say that
It is a crisis in a man's life when he
leaves' his home and entered into a now
sphere of work, and especially us ho
entered collego vlth Its manifold ovlls
and temptations. He warned tlvo men
COMMENTS ON NEBRASKA.
The following comments on thq Ne
braska football team will ho intorcKt
lng as showing the feeling of outside
persons toward the team.
"There Is a great rush at Iowa City
for heavy- men this year. They are
looking for old material also. Unlike
Nebraslta, thoy cannot boast of a doz
en veterans who have played in years
past. This means that Nebraska will
be the harder proposition to meet."
Tho Minneapolis Journal speaks as
"Having familiarized themselves
with Minnesota's gamp, the work now
4s to prepare a system of attack to
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At the present time there IspMrop
in the number of registrations nnd
the deficiency is still increasing and
will increase every day. It is estimat
ed by some that the total registration
this year will fall at least two hundred
below that of last year If not more.
By November it is estimated that tho
shortage will amount to about ono
There are several things which are
responsible for this, and among the
most rtotlcable ones aro the hard times
in this section of the" country occas
ioned by the general failure of crops,
the higher cost of living, especially In
a college tow n.the extra tuition fee of
three dollars each semester, and the
increase In the amount of work re
quired to matriculate In the University.
There has beon trouble experienced In
getting tho credit. system adjusted In
regard to the new students and con
stant friction has been experienced.
It is confidently expected that In a
short time that trouble will be done
away with. There lias been a raise of
between ten and twenty points re
quired In some Instances and it all has
a discouraging effect on the new stu
dent. As to the Increase in the expenses of
living it is worthy of note that It
costs almost one dollar more per week
for board than it did four years ago.
Rooms are worth from twenty-five to
'fifty cents more per week. It is es-J
tlmated that It will cost a student per
haps seventy-five dollars more this
Vear than It did three years ago and
about fifty more than last year.
The new ruling in regard to the
three dolar tuition fee has had tho ef
fect of bringing In the students sooner
than formerly so that there will not
be the delayed registration that there
has been formerly. This too enables
one to more easily estimate the total
number that will bo in school this
year. This effects the old students as
well as the new and tho falling off
of them is also noticed and remarked.
It Is not expected l)y the authorities
that thoro will bo tho delayed regis
tration that has been experienced here
tofore, but that It will, for the most
part, be finished on Tuesday night.
The only way that the deficiency
can be made up In the attendance this
year will bo In tho registrations in
the College of Law, pr in the short
term of the agricultural course. This
on the other hand Is hardly expected
to meet the lacking number.
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against It. That la tho work cut ont
for Coach Booth this fall.
But this is not all that Nebraska has
done. Last fall she offered prizes for
tho beat punters, realizing that that
was ono of her weak points last year.
Other weak points havo been looked
after as far as they could be In .ad.
vance. In short, the Lincoln team "has
boon preparing for tho Oct. 12 game
with Minnesota with a thoroughness
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to WAtch themselves that they be- not j There is, therefore, glory In store for
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